, and aided and abetted by Clarence and Judy
I Judy Come Home: Clarence and Judy disappear, but storytelling allays Jenny's anxiety for a while.
Dr Marsh Tracy:
Introduced by Frank Bough and featuring
Athletics from White City
GREAT BRITAIN v. FRANCE
The second day of the final International Meeting for British athletes before the European Games in Athens
Commentators, David Coleman and Ron Pickering
TV presentation by Richard Tilling
Racing from Newcastle
2.15 Embassy Maiden Stakes over 1 mile, 1 furlong
2.45 Wills Two-year-olds
Goblet Stakes over 7 furlongs
3.15 W. D. and H. 0. Wills Trophy over 2 miles
Commentators, Julian Wilson and Clive Graham
TV presentation by Ray Lakeland
Motor-Cycling from Crystal Palace
Final round of the British 350 c.c. and 500 c.c. Road Racing Championships
Organised by the British Motor-Cycle Racing Club
Commentator, Peter Arnold
TV presentation by Brian Johnson
Football results and reports at 4.55 with latest scores and news throughout the afternoon
Presented by BRIAN VENNER
Editor, ALAN HART
3.25 Athletics and Motor-Cycling
4.55 Results Service
Two of the world's greatest laughter-makers in one of their famous short films
Thicker than Water
A Hal Roach film
Directed by James W. Home
Mr. Hardy decides to put his financial affairs in order but he reckons without Stanley.
A film series based on the well-known story of the famous castaway.
Robinson tries to teach Friday how to become civilised.
with Michael Aspel
A look at the film world this week-films, in the cinema and on television, film-makers talking and working, and stars and stories from the film industry.
Producer, IAIN JOHNSTONE
A look at some Walt Disney films, live and cartoon, with a holiday theme.
Introduced by Cilla Black from Blackpool, with scenes from:
Ride A Northbound Horse
Third Man On The Mountain
Alice In Wonderland
The Love Bug
Films by courtesy of Walt Disney Productions
Cilla Black is appearing In 'Holiday Startime' at the ABC Theatre, Blackpool.
Produced for TV by:
by David Ellis
starring James Ellis, John Slater, Derek Waring
with Paul Angelis and Bernard Holley
Go to your local pub for a quiet drink ... 'chat up the barmaid, take her out ... forget about crime for a while.' But, as Sergeant Stone discovers, a policeman can't avoid crime... it even invades his private life.
ROWRIDGE, BRIGHTON, OXFORD, PETERBOROUGH, MANNINGTREE, CAMBRIDGE
6.0-6.15 Local News and Weather
A once-only spectacular under the huge canvas Big Top
MOTORBIKE THRILLS a whizz kid from Germany Wolf Bellfis
ACROBATICS ON HORSEBACK The Ascots
POWER AND ARTISTRY Les Freres Guam
WATER WATER EVERYWHERE Knockabout nonsense with Spider Austin and Co.
DEXTEROUS EASTERN CHARMERS The Cheng Tsai
SEALIONS FROM CALIFORNIA with their own pop group
Presented by Teddy Lorent
HIGH SWINGING HEADSTAND far above the sawdust: Duo Aguanito DANCING ON THE TIGHTWIRE Juggling on the Slaekwire Gypsy Bouglione
Flying on a trampoline: Los Folcos CHEEKY CHIMPANZEES
With jazz band. trampoline and Indian encampment Presented by Willy Lenz
Incidental clowning by The Paolot Circus direction.
RONNIE, DAVID, and BILLY SMART Musical director, KEN GRIFFIN
The show introduced by John Witty
Produced by MARY DAVID
Billy Smart 's touring circus Is now appearing at Southsea
Since this is a special ' once-only' Performance, the Smart family has ' imported ' almost all the acts just for the occasion. Two of particular interest: Wolf Bellfis and his centrifugal motor-cycle act, and the Duo Aguanito , who have a trapeze act with a difference-the trapeze is constantly shifting.
with Kenneth Kendall and The Weather
Written, directed, and produced by Jules Dassin
A romantic comedy about an exuberant Athenian good-time girl, who has an unusual but attractive view of life.
A light-hearted look at television in the fifties with Frank Ifield, Katie Boyle, Alan Melville, Eric Robinson, Isobel Barnett, Victor Sylvester, Joan Regan, McDonald Hobley,
Mary Malcolm, Raymonde, Jacqueline MacKenzie
Don Lang and the Frantic Five
Janice Buxton and Sidney Mallett
ROSEMARY CLARKE, CELIA HETHERINGTON, JANIE KELLS, FRANCES PIDGEON, CHRISTINE POCKET, SUE ROBINSON, NATALIE SHAW, MAUREEN WILLSHER.
A film excerpt from What's My Line?
Choreography, Malcolm Claire
Orchestrations, Alan Roper
Orchestra conducted by Eric Robinson
Written by ALAN MELVILLE
Based on an idea by JACQUELINE MACKENZIE
Designed by Michael Young
Film associate, Jim Franklin
Associate producer, Albert Stevenson
Produced by BRYAN SEARS
Portrait of a Film star and man-about-town
A glimpse of the past, present, and future of a romantic adventurer through the eyes of his friends and colleagues
Interviewed by Ralph Nelson who says 'Scratch the celluloid Niven and underneath you'll find the real Niven, just as exciting as his film roles'
Produced by RICK SPALLA
A programme recorded in America
A beginner's course in folk guitar with John Pearse
New fingerings for the chords of G and D7 - how to change your guitar strings - and a guide to simple melody picking.
For details of accompanying booklet and record see page 11